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Travel Blogs from Krakow
Well, I have not been very dedicated to the Blog lately but, with a short last half day in Krakow, a hectic overnight stay in Warsaw and a pretty intense course here in Poznan, I have been busy.
First, I left Krakow around 3 pm on June 24th. After packing, and a late breakfast, I went for a final stroll around old town, literally. The Old town is surrounded by a green belt, a circular park. It takes, so they say, between 60-75 minutes to ...
... walked up the hill to Wawel (VAH-vel) castle. This hill is a very important landmark in Poland, containing both Wawel castle and the national cathedral. The castle’s architecture was relatively modern, and not the gothic or medieval design that I had expected. The cathedral is in a gothic style, with two additional chapels that were meant to be identical, with the exception that one has a lavish gold roof. One of the ...
... of strudel with chocolate sauce. When it came out it looked like a slice of cheesecake, but definitely did not taste like it. It had the texture of a soggy yet dry sponge cake. It wasn't too bad, but as I said, interesting. A lot of people didn't eat it. As dinner took a long time to be brought out and eaten, so when we finally finished at 10:00, everyone was very eager to get home and head to bed, which was exactly what we ...
... to yet more delicious polish specialties, before Jase headed to the final museum on his list – the Polish Home Army War Museum. After taking a couple of wrong turns and getting stuck amongst a construction site we managed to find the museum, but I decided to sit this one out and spent the hour beating all of Jase’s top scores in Swampy on the phone, while he delved further into the background of the Polish military.
... they got shaved before they were exterminated). Too keep them calm they were told they were going to have a shower and They were Even told to memorise the hook number where they put their clothes. Then they got a haircut and shave. There was heaps of plaits all piled up to the roof and it was super confronting. But that wasn't all of it. The nazis were obsessed with not wasting so they sent bails of hair (like hay bails) to people to make bags and so forth. I ...
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